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    help in finding Reciprocating pump manufacturer !!!

    Can anyone please suggest single acting or double acting reciprocating pump?

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    I want miniature sized.

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    Re: help in finding Reciprocating pump manufacturer !!!

    How small ?
    Usually a peristaltic pump is used in preference to a piston pump for minimum size and positive displacement.
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/New-12V-D...IAAOSwpoJXDlXr
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    Re: help in finding Reciprocating pump manufacturer !!!

    could be similar like. BA52 model. Attached for your reference.



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    Re: help in finding Reciprocating pump manufacturer !!!

    Is this anything like the type that operates with a desktop steam engine? These might be available from suppliers of scientific toys (example, Edmund Scientific).

    An aquarium air pump might be what you want. There are vibrating (inexpensive) types, and piston-cylinder (higher priced) types.

    Old-fashioned bug sprayers are piston pump action (although the outlet is not a valve but a spray opening).

    You can make your own pump, by placing flaps across holes in the end of a cylinder. Arrange the flaps to lift and seal in such a way that fluid travels in the desired direction. To make the piston requires ingenuity. This was often a disk which had a leather washer attached to act as a seal.

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    Now I see messages were posted while I composed mine. I was off track, I find.



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